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Park Tool Pin Spanner Wrench

$9.95

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    • Green, One Size
      $9.95
    • Red, One Size
      $9.95

    4.552

    2 Reviews

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    Maximum usefulness, minimum price.

    Working on freewheels and bottom brackets doesn't have to break the bank. The Park Tool Pin Spanner Wrench gets the job done with high-carbon tool grade steel, and a comfortable nylon handle, at the lowest cost possible. The green SPA-1 pin spanner is ideal for a large range of adjustable bottom brackets, using a 2.9mm round pin end, while the red SPA-2 pin spanner is a little more picky, working only for one-key release retaining rings on Shimano and Campagnolo, or for adjusting cones on freewheels clusters, and features a 2.3mm pin diameter on the end.

    • Cost-effective spanners for bike maintenance
    • High-carbon steel for long lasting durability
    • Nylon dipped for comfortable grip
    • Green uses 2.9mm pin diameter for assorted BBs
    • Red uses 2.3mm pin diameter for freewheel clusters, and some retaining rings
    • Item #PAR0187

    Tech Specs

    Material
    high carbon tool steel, nylon
    Compatibility
    [green] assorted adjustable bottom brackets [red] one-key release retaining rings on Shimano and Campagnolo, adjusting cone on freewheel clusters (not freehubs)
    Recommended Use
    bike maintenance
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Great little pin spanner to have in your toolbox. Don't need it often, but when you do, there is no substitute. Inevitably, I always start wrapping my bars without electric tape nearby so I actually end up using this tool to hold my bar tape while I go find the electrical tape more than for it's actual intended purpose. Haha! Works great for wife interruptions as well.